In this protracted, action-packed drama, Sri Vishnu gives his all.

Sri Vishnu was excellent in the first half of the film, playing a character that develops from strength to strength . Kayadu Lohar, as well as her mother, looked beautiful and played the role of Alluris wife well .

Story: Iqbal, a young police aspirant, embarks on a quest to trace the course of an inspiring police officer, Alluri.As Rama Raju, aka Alluri (Sri Vishnu), came to be known, he was a devoted and determined cop who believed in the power of police and had a blend of brain and brawn.Iqbal arrives in Kothavalasa, Dharakonda, Vizag, and Hyderabad, all of which Alluri discharged his duties and left an indelible mark on the fight against crime and violence.What else did Iqbal learn about Alluri?

As Alluri, Sri Vishnu is a seasoned and devoted police officer who gives his best, portraying himself as a devoted and devoted officer.Sri Vishnu experimented with his appearances and was excellent in the first half, playing a character that develops from strength to strength.The film, directed by Pradeep Varma, featured a racy background song, beautiful cinematography, action sequences, and a bit of romance.Although visually pleasing, the songs that emerge there aren't quite as effective as the story.

Suman and Tanikella Bharani, two veteran actors, were in meaty roles and performed their best.As police officers, Raja Ravindra and Prudhvi Raj played pivotal roles effectively while exuding a little bit of humor.Madhusudhan Rao, Pramodini Pammi, Ravi Varma, Jayavani, Vasu Inturi, Vennela Rama Rao, Srinivas Vadlamani, and others perform supporting roles.The biggest flaw in the film is its overarching length, which may have been much better for a long-format series.

However, despite solid performances, the film goes downhill after the break, with more conflicts to resolve, routine creeping into place, and its nemesis, the film's overarching timeline.Nonetheless, keep an eye on it for its first half and if you like long police storiesPaul Nicodemus-Become a prisoner!